This series is submitted to all who are seeking to experience the benefits of a Godly Home and a Godly Marriage. To all those who feel that their present marriage is lacking the Blessing of God, and who are ready for a change. To all those who are ready to do whatever God commands, in order to receive the fullness of the Love of God in their Home and in their Marriage.
What is a Godly Marriage? These posts seek to show today’s Christians how to incorporate Biblical truths into their marriages.
The first step in our Look at Repentance is to look at some of the Facts of Repentance. Second comes the Foundation of Repentance. Then we will look at the Fruit of Repentance; and finally, the Future of Repentance. As you read this four-part set of devotions, remember that Repentance is a Must – without Repentance, there is no spiritual life in the sinner.
The first post in this series is titled, “Why is It so Hard to Accept the Sovereignty of God?” The rest of the series discuss how you, the Believer, can have the finest of the wheat and honey out of the Rock, as you Surrender to the Sovereignty of God; Submit to the Will of God; Obey the Word of God; and Endure in the same!
Matthew 24:37-38 are the text verses for all four of these posts: The Heart of Man; God’s Grace and Longsuffering; God’s Gift of Salvation; God’s Plan of Restoration.
The Beatitudes are found in Matthew 5, at the beginning of the Sermon on The Mount. Jesus is describing those whom He calls “blessed.” In this series, we look at the first five Beatitudes, found in Matthew 5:3-7. These posts are taken from a series of sermons preaches by Brother Bob Easton.
What is the significance of Believer’s Baptism? This devotion series looks at Romans 6:3-4, in an attempt to understand the significance of this Church ordinance in the life of the believer. The Apostle Paul presents the Believer’s Baptism to be a public profession of Faith in our Union with Christ. This Union has been stated in a twofold manner: (1) Our Representative Union with Christ; and (2) Our Realized Union with Christ.
In this series, we look at what is “true” commitment. We look at some disciples who turned their backs and “walked with Him no more.” We find that true commitment in us flows only from God.
“In the beginning” – Genesis 1:1 is the starting point for the Consideration devotion series. These devotions take us on a spiritual growth path of Consideration, or “careful thought.”
During my last month of incarceration, although I had no idea I was in the closing hours, I wrote this devotion series called “Courage Abounding in Conviction.” I pray these devotions not only motivate prisoners to live for God, but motivate you as well. We are all in the middle of a Babylonian Regime. And God is calling us at a time such as this to stand with our loins girt about with truth. May you find inspiration in this ex-convict’s words as he continues to “press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus” (Philippians 3:14).